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Stuart Constable

Stuart Constable, American architect, landscape architect, public official. Member American Security Council, Alpha Gamma Rho.

Background

  • Constable, Stuart was born on September 9, 1900 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Thomas Gibson and Francis M. (Whisner) Constable.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Ohio State University, 1922. M. Landscape Architecture, Harvard, 1927.

    Career

    • Petersburg, Florida, and Stamford, Connecticut, 1924-1935. Chief designer Department Parks City New York, 1936-1955, Executive officer, 1955-1960. Acting commander New York City Planning Commission, 1950-1960, New York City Art Commission, 1949-1955.

      Vice president operations New York World’s Fair 1964-1965 Corporation, 1960-1966. President C & T Enterprises, Fort Lauderdale, 1966-1972. Consultant 1st headquarters United Nations, Jones Beach State Parkway Authority and New York State Power Authority, also James Foundation of St. James, Missouri, Dorado, P.R. Winner Brooklyn War Memorial Competition, 1945.

    Works

    • Authority and New York State Power Authority, also James Foundation of St. James, Missouri, Dorado, P.R. Winner Brooklyn War Memorial Competition, 1945.

    Membership

    Member American Security Council, Alpha Gamma Rho. Clubs: Surf (Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina).

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Joyce Cottingham, September 9, 1922. Children: John Stuart (deceased), Thomas Gibson World War II Private.
    • father: Thomas Gibson Constable
    • mother: Francis M. (Whisner) Constable
    • spouse: Margaret Joyce Cottingham
    • children: John Stuart Constable (deceased)
    • Thomas Gibson World War II Pvt Constable
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    Born September 9, 1900
    Died September 11, 1979
    (aged 79)
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